In the seventh episode of "Exploring Science" School students ask deep questions in Professor Batarseh's lecture about electrical networks

In the seventh episode of "Exploring Science" School students ask deep questions in Professor Batarseh's lecture about electrical networks

9 May, 2021

The Ministry of Education, in cooperation with the Palestine Academy for Science and Technology, and the Higher   Council for innovation and Excellence, virtually, within the seventh episode of the "Exploring Science" program, hosted Professor Issa Batarseh,  Director, Florida Power Electronics Center (UCF) ; He talked  in his lecture  about emerging technologies in the work of electrical networks and storing solar energy.

This episode was characterized by the interaction of school students who asked deep and exciting questions. Which impressed the guest professor and praised for its level, at the same time, he pointed to the most prominent experiments and research he led in this field, and the changes that have occurred and are still in the work of electrical networks and the use of renewable energy.

Batarseh spoke about the importance of technological innovation and its importance for all, describing innovation    as "the only driver for any scientific development."
 

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The Minister of Education, Prof. Marwan Awartani, renew the ministry’s interest  to entrench a culture of innovation and dialogue among young people, and need to  re- estimation of the  scientific disciplines, and to interact with sciences. Within new modern methodologies and methods, also he praised Batarseh's lecture and his participation in this seminar, quality of the dialogue and the students' interaction with him.

At the beginning of the episode, the Deputy Minister ,  Dr. Basri Saleh  welcomed the Guest Batarseh, stressing the role that this program  become  achieves at the level of students, teachers and interested parties, and its focus on creating a state of convergence  and  real interaction  between the participating students, scientists and researchers

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